A Podcast dedicated to forging iron clad relationships between developers, engineers, operations, and security practitioners by discussing hot topics in the world of DevSecOps. This podcast aims to air out some of the common gripes, misconceptions, and hardships that these teams face in the real world every day.
Episode #47: Geese aren't the only things migrating in the cloud, but we're more secure at least
One thing Mike and Ken have talked about at length at conferences, in board rooms, and in team chats is migrating workloads to the cloud security. Join them as they discuss the migrating patterns, how they vary between your favorite cloud service providers, and just where security fits into the whole mess. From on prem, refactoring, lift and shifted, native cloud workloads, or just someone else's computer, we have enough buzzwords to knock your socks off this time around
Episode #046: Security Spiderwebs with Kubernetes and how Cloud helps (and hurts)
We are BACK! after a hiatus of vacations, illness, and family gatherings, but while we may have been absent we are at no shortage of words to say and hope you enjoy our conversation about Kubernetes and the variety of flavors cloud service providers have to offer. From EKS through GKE and AKS we cover security concerns and challenges we've seen in the last few months. We talk about why teams choose to implement one of the other and how you might think about locking down your own Kubernetes instances. Through that we try to keep the humor alive and our listeners engaged!
Episode #045: What is DevSecOps in 2022 an R2DSO anniversary redux
Mike and Ken take it back to the roots with a special anniversary episode on what is DevSecOps. Since we started this podcast we've had a lot of topics that fit the overall DevSecOps buzzsord, but in this episode we talk about some of the evolution DevSecOps has gone through, how it's perceived in the industry and market today and some hot takes on what's changed. The good, the bad, and the ugly. We leave it to you to decide, has DevSecOps lost it's marketing shine and buzzword status?
Episode #044: Multiball Pinball with Multicloud Hot Takes and Infrastructure as Code
Mike and Ken are BACK after a small hiatus and they jump into hot takes on multi-cloud. What does multi-cloud even mean? How does it differ from hybrid cloud, private cloud, or even just the status quo data center. The hosts discuss integration of products and projects into a multicloud deployment, security concerns associated with the approach, and how it differs from the horrors and challenges in private cloud and hybrid cloud. The team talks resources, talent, hiring, and what challenges they've faced over time shifting organizations into cloud deployments
As the passion increases, hot takes on hot takes manifest and a discussion of cloud unicorns ensues. We hope you enjoy!
Episode #043: Security leaves the cave to go to Miami with the Blockchain People and this episode happened
Ken had a chance to attend a blockchain conference for Solana out in Miami and Mike hops into the interviewer seat. We talk about some differences between the approach. With a heavy builder community we chat through the build it on site mentality of Solana devs and the driving market that is new and novel blockchain ecosystems. From new projects, industry verticals, and everything from gaming to sports betting. We give you some hot takes and first looks at Solana Miami.
Episode #042: Perscription Lenses or Sunglasses for Eyes on Code
In this Episode we talk about the differences in code review depending on role and how you can be a better code reviewer on the "blue" side. Sometimes security tends to think in breaks and hacks, but we talk about how to think and act like a secure developer. Continuing the theme of systemic fixes, we discuss how difficult it can be to review small segments of code without context, how code reviews change when you move internal, and what you can do about it.
Great info, entertaining and kind!
Love the humility that comes across in your exchanges.
You guys are very informative too. I’m a product owner now, after spending over a decade and a half in devops.
I started with episode 31 I think. That was enough to hook me. I’m now on episode 2 - cause I intend to listen to em all!